Will Trent Season 1 Episode 2: Recal and Ending Explained
Last week's “Pilot” episode of ABC's crime drama “Will Trent” created many concerns, and viewers have waited seven days to see what the odd investigator found. Special Agent Will Trent lost his only living lead in the double killing and kidnapping of Paul Campano's daughter, Abigail, when we last saw him.
He and Angie Polaski were snuggling in his flat when Paul Campano came in with blood on his shirt and announced that he had shot his daughter's kidnapper, Emma. Who kidnapped the teen? What does Will Trent observe in Episode 2?
Recap of Will Trent Season 1 Episode 2
When a murder investigation reveals that there is more to the tale than meets the eye, Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) Special Agent Will Trent relies on his acute instincts and extensive expertise to find the truth. Along the way, he reunites with a member of his past who helped mold him into the spy he is now.
Will and Faith must take action on Will Trent Season 1 Episode 2 when Abigail Campano receives an unexpected phone call. Will's reluctance to utilize his new partner has caused tension in their professional relationship.
Will's prior relationship with Angie is also heating up. As he is dragged into the case, Paul Campano (portrayed by Marl-Paul Gosselaar) is incredulous that the couple is back to playing about.
Will Trent Season 1 Episode 2 Ending Explained?
Will learns from Faith. Mary Clark, the counselor, chaperoned the girls to Grier's studio to record a song, including Emma. Will believes the same person kidnapped and convinced Grier to commit suicide. He thinks Emma broke up with Evan, forcing him to abduct her and profit.
Will visits Mary's residence to ask about that day and examine a list of attendees. Will recognizes the cupboard's wood from the kidnappers' footage as she checks her laptop. He searches the house for the filming location to confirm. He pulls a gun on Mary, but she already has one. Faith saves Will by tasing Mary. Mary doesn't answer questions. Will asks Angie to tell her own story to save time.
Tears Angie tearfully admits that her addict mother sold her to older guys for money. Mary responds to Angie's eagerness to please and love her. Evan raped her in high school and forced her to bring girls to him. Mary did everything Evan asked to please him. She admits to kidnapping Emma and reveals her car's location. The parents and cops rescue Emma from the creek. She's fine.
Here is the Plot for Will Trent
“Special Agent Will Trent of the Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI) was abandoned in infancy and suffered a difficult adolescence in Atlanta's overcrowded foster care system. Will Trent has the greatest clearance rate in the GBI because he is committed to using his unique perspective to ensure no one is abandoned like he was.”
The Cast Members of Will Trent
Ramón Rodrguez, who portrays Will Trent, leads the cast of the new series. Rodrguez is no stranger to television, having appeared on The Defenders, Iron Fist, Charlie's Angels, and The Affair, among other programs. Fans of Transformers will recognize him as Leo Spitz from Transformers: Fallen Empire.
Starring opposite Rodríguez as Angie Polaski is actress Erika Christensen. Christensen is also a well-known figure on network television. She starred in the critically acclaimed smash drama Parenthood before. Most recently, she portrayed Kate in the Cheaper by the Dozen revival on Disney Plus.
Iantha Richardson (This Is Us), Jake McLaughlin (Quantico), and Sonja Sohn round out the remaining cast members of Will Trent (The Chi).